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Was forced to watch Lucy with some friends last night. Jesus christ what an abomination it was. Needed to watch Lost in Translation today as a palette cleanser and to look at S Johanssen in a positive light again. Lucy had no point, wasn't even visually appealing, teenage stoner philosopher dialogue. I felt embarrassed watching it. Have seen better acting in Relax, he's my Stepdad 4.
Finished Suttree. What an incredible book. As good as Blood Meridian, but in a different way. Also, my vocabulary increased twofold after that. Reading The Orchard Keeper
Going to Peru in September, going to do the 5 day salkantay trail to Machu Picchu: Starting Altitude - 2900m / 9515ft. Highest Altitude - 4650m /15,200ft Walking Distance - 60.5 km / 37.5 miles. I'm going to wear my issued military boots, which are heavy but otherwise pretty durable. I am borrowing my friend's kelty red cloud 6650 which I am sure has plenty of room, and comes with a camel back. Other than that, I don't have any gear. I am going by myself, so I think I am...
+60 = 57,067Did 6 sets of ten at the start of my back workout.
I stick to Dymatize Elite. Tastes the best, is slightly cheaper than ON, and is pretty clean. Also mixes pretty well. I recommend cinnamon bun or vanilla.
If you want to pretend you're 60 like Harvey likes to do, then use a DE razor. If you don't care about spending $6 a month for razors delivered to your door, use DSC.
Reading Suttree by C. McCarthy. I love his dense prose in this one.
I'm going on a trip to Peru this September. I'm going by myself, and haven't decided how long to stay yet, 10-14 days I'm thinking, depending on how much I want to see. It's too late for me to get a permit for the Inca trail, so I wanted suggestions for an alternate 4/5 day hike that is at least as challenging. Besides that and seeing Machu Picchu and the Cusco area, I don't know what else to do. Also, this is my first time leaving the country, so any general advice would...
^One of my favorites. Reading Gravity's Rainbow. I want to like it, but it's a little hard to get into Pynchon's writing style after reading a bunch of C. McCarthy and Faulkner.
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